Berlin: Nauck 1830. 21 pages. Early thin blue paper wrappers. INSCRIBED by Kloden in 1837. Some surface damage to the blue coating on the paper (as if it had adhered to something and then was pulled loose). 4 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches. Very Good. Wraps. 
Scarce with OCLC noting only a few copies as of this listing. Text in German. Loosely translated, the title is "Message to the public about the purpose and the facilities of the local urban Vocational School"
Kloden was "The son of an officer from an old line of Markish nobility, he grew up in impoverished circumstances. In 1801, he went to work for his uncle, a goldsmith. He filled the gaps in his general education while learning engraving. In 1807, he began engraving on his own, and making maps as well, earning a reputation as a geographer. From 1814 to 1817, he gave lessons at Plamann's institute while attending the University of Berlin. In 1817, he was made director of the normal school at Potsdam, and seven years afterwards of a commercial school in Berlin." (wiki)